December 22, 2011

Colorado's 'All of the Above' Energy Future

David Hiller, Denver Post


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Today's American energy sources for transportation, electricity and heat include: biofuels, coal, geothermal, hydro, natural gas, nuclear, oil, solar and wind power. What sources of energy will we rely upon in 2035? The simple answer is: all of the above. . .

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